WELCOME TO THE
Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field Therapy PEMFT
Adjuctive Therapy for The Treatment of Pain
"CHRONIC PAIN" or acutely chronic pain is defined as a pain that persists for longer than four weeks. Chronic and aberrantly chronic pain sufferers are at epidemic levels. Estimates calculate one in five suffer from one type or another. In Canada alone this translates to over five million people.
Masor treatment is the extraordinary exception that provides effective long term healing and pain relief.
Pain is one of four cardinal indicators affecting soft tissue. The other three are swelling, redness and heat. Contributing factors to inflammation include disease, injury, neuropathy and musculoskeletal conditions. This unique adjuctive treatment addresses all four. The published peer reviewed medical study shows the effect on two cardinal indicators; using the McGill pain indicator and an Agema 782 infra-red scanner. Notations are made on redness and swelling reduction. The treatment is facilitated by using a patented, dynamic moving pulsed electromagnetic field under controlled conditions. This patented and published technique was the first of its kind, being developed in 1982, published in 1989 and still has not been rivaled in the market today.
Masor has many applications for various painful conditions. For example: when treating an newly injured ankle, it is observed that the redness and inflammation are drastically reduced in minutes. Pain is also greatly reduced. Proper recovery time must be considered post treatment. This therapy does not mask the problem, as may be experienced with most analgesics. It reduces the tissues' shock response to the damage and allows the biological system to restore at an optimum rate.
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Discuss this treatment with your Physician or Nurse Practitioner, as the submission of a letter and completed referral form is required, (see Eligibility page, Form-PDF).
MASOR® is a registered Canadian Trade Mark, with Canadian #1192261 and U.S. patents #4561426 and is
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